Joshua Kreimeyer holds a Bachelor of Science in Recreation, a Master of Arts in Counseling, and a post-graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is in his final year in the Doctorate of Philosophy of Counselor Education and Supervision program at Regent University. He served in the United States Army as a Cryptologic Linguist.
He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has worked as a professional counselor in a wide-range of settings, including community based outpatient clinics, private practice, a residential drug and alcohol program within a penitentiary in the US Bureau of Prisons, and with the Veterans Affairs Vet
Center in Colorado Springs, CO. He currently teaches as Affiliate Faculty for Regis University in their post-graduate certificate program in Counseling Military Families.
Mr. Kreimeyer is passionate about helping military families deal with transitions from war and from military to civilian life as well as mitigating the impact of trauma. He also focuses on integrating wellness through recreation in his clinical practice. Mr. Kreimeyer serves as a faculty member and supervisor through the Ukraine Project at Regent University.